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Non-GMO. Heirloom. Best Organic Beefsteak Seed collection boasts 6 of the largest varieties of American slicing tomatoes gathered in one kit. The heavy and meaty beefsteak slicing tomato has served as the parent crop to countless competition-size tomatoes including Brandywine, Homestead, and Watermelon.
Tomato is the quintessential staple of the summer gardening and arguably offers the most seed diversity among all seasonal fruits. Available in every possible color, shape, and size, tomato is a high-heat and full sun favorite that thrives from container and patio gardening. Along with cucumber and summer squash, the tomato plant is one of the most productive, hardy, and heavy fruiting crops of the season.
1. Organic Beefsteak Tomato Seeds
One of the largest and most popularly commercial slicing tomatoes available, the beloved Beefsteak tomato routinely weighs in at more than a pound per fruit without sacrificing any flavor. Beefsteak tomatoes have served as the parent crop for countless of large competition-size favorites such as Brandywine, German Johnson, and the Mortgage Lifter. Beefsteak tomatoes are ready to harvest as early as 90 days, boasting juicy and classic red tomatoes.
2. Organic Brandywine Pink Tomato Seeds
The original among the famous line of American heirloom Brandywine strains, Brandywine is by default considered a ‚¬“pink‚¬ tomato, cultivated from a long tradition of pink tomatoes cherished throughout the Ozarks. Named after the Brandywine River in Pennsylvania, the Brandywine was bred to specificity for the region before becoming a standard among American heirlooms. Brandywine tomatoes are known to routinely weigh in at about 1 pound per fruit.
3. Organic Brandywine Yellow Tomato Seeds
The Brandywine Yellow is a colorful variant of the timeless American heirloom Brandywine pink and, just like other Brandywines, usually weighs in at about 1 pound per tomato. The Platfoot strain of Yellow Brandywine was first listed in 1996, named after Gary Platfoot of Ohio who selected for this improved strain of Yellow Brandywine. Brandywine Yellow is a deep golden beefsteak tomato-rich and complex flavor that has had gardeners raving for years.
4. Organic Watermelon Beefsteak Tomato Seeds
Watermelon Beefsteak originated over 100 years ago with the famed seedsman George Gleckler. A radiant pink beefsteak-sized fruit that is melt in your mouth scrumptious. Huge 1-2 pound beefsteaks that are lightly ribbed and full of that old-time tomato flavor that is now gone in store bought types.
5. Organic Homestead Tomato Seeds
Originally cultivated and grown in 1954 by the University of Florida, the Homestead tomato was cultivated to meet the demands of more southern gardeners. While centralized gardeners throughout the country have always been spoiled by competition-sized Brandywine and German Johnson tomatoes, those in warmer and more humid states traditionally grow Homestead-type tomatoes to have the same heavy and productive harvests as the rest of the country.
6. Organic Golden Queen Tomato Seeds
An indeterminate vine which produces large, smooth fruits with a waxy yellow-orange color. Fruits are 8-12 ounces, meaty with few seeds, low acidity, and a sweet mild flavor.
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